These are our “ground pounders” who go into the field to find missing people. You must be in good physical condition and comfortable searching mountain, desert, wilderness, and urban terrain in all kinds of weather. You will receive training in all aspects of search and rescue.

Command post personnel work at the command center of our operation. They handle team communications, mapping, accountability, safety, scribing, and information processing. This position does not require rigorous physical conditioning and is open to nearly anyone that can work well in a fast-paced environment.

Work alongside our Chaplain and help provide for the spiritual needs of our youth and families through encouragement, prayer, friendship, and sharing the grace found in God’s word. Consider leading Bible studies or spiritual discussions in a teen group home, being a prayer partner/counselor for parents, attending youth camps and special events, and taking foster…

Olive Crest has several internship opportunities available throughout the year in our Foster, Adoption, Counseling, Residential, and Family Support programs, as well as Human Resources, Fund Development, and Marketing positions. Learn valuable skills and gain specialist experience working in the non-profit environment.

Make a life-changing impact in the life of an at-risk youth by becoming a mentor. A successful mentor relationship improves a youth’s self-esteem, provides valuable experiences for youth to build lasting relationships, and affirms that there are people who genuinely care, and want to see all children and youth succeed.

You can help support our corporate team by providing services as needed. This could include various tasks, from data entry to organizing inventory to helping set up an event. Find a place that suits you!

Be a positive influence in the lives of at risk children by volunteering at monthly support groups to help provide a fun learning experience. Create activities, bring snacks, and read and play with at-risk children.

CASA volunteer experiences include meeting with the child at least monthly and attending regular Child/Family Team meetings with case professionals, parents, and/or foster parents.

Our Teen Ambassadors can be easily recognized at the ballpark as the high-energy volunteers wearing yellow shirts. This is an exceptional and dedicated group of teenagers with the following mission: To promote both the opportunity of Miracle League of Las Vegas, and inclusion within the community. To lead by example as encouraging and dedicated individuals…

Our League is not possible without our volunteers. One of our most valuable volunteers is our Buddy. The Buddy assists the players in playing their game. Players are paired with a “Buddy”, the Buddy is then with the player the entire game. Buddies can be students, moms and dads, brothers and sisters, business professionals or…

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